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Fire at Cannabis Growing Facility Causes $5 Million in Damage

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A cannabis facility fire in London results in $5 million damage.

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An explosion and fire at a cannabis growing facility in a former school northeast of London caused $5 million in damage, OPP say. The incident occurred late at night, and firefighters battled the blaze for several hours before bringing it under control. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but initial reports suggest it may have been related to electrical issues.

This unfortunate event highlights the potential risks associated with cannabis cultivation facilities, which often involve complex electrical systems and other fire hazards. Proper safety measures and protocols must be in place to prevent such incidents from occurring in the future.

In a similar incident, the Los Angeles Fire Department battled a Major Emergency Structure Fire in South Los Angeles early Saturday morning, involving a cannabis growing operation. The fire spread quickly due to the presence of flammable materials, and firefighters worked tirelessly to contain it and prevent further damage to nearby structures.

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